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Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

A clinical trial at Stanford Dermatology is seeking trialists to join a study looking at Secukinumab as a treatment for the papules and pustules, and redness associated with rosacea. If you are interested, and meet the requirements for the trial, please contact them via their details below. What is Secukinumab? Secukinumab (brand name Cosentyx) has recently become […]

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New to Rosacea? take this to your doctor

If you have just worked out that you have rosacea, it can be very confusing to know where to start with treatment. A recently published paper will be serve as a great resource to take to your doctor to help with treatments. Rosacea: Time for a New Approach was sponsored by Galderma, and contains references […]

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Rhofade User Reviews

Allergan’s Oxymetazoline based cream, Rhofade (oxymetazoline hydrochloride cream 1%) – for the treatment of the redness of rosacea is now generally available. Does it work to effectively and safely reduce the redness of rosacea? You have come to the right page to find out. Some Oxymetazoline History For rosacea sufferers it has been a long […]

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Probiotics and Oracea for Scalp Rosacea

  This paper details a rosacea sufferer who suffered from rosacea lesions on his scalp, and was successfully treated with 8 weeks of Oracea and twice daily probiotics. The rosacea extended to a lesser extent to his cheeks and nose, and he also suffered from blepharitis and conjuctivitis. The patient ceased Oracea, but continuted with […]

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Rosacea tracking app needs testing

Davis Buls is looking for rosacea sufferers who are willing to help him test his rosacea app. The app allows tracking of rosacea state, food, stress and exercise levels, with the idea that rosacea triggers can be easily identified. In order to use the app, you will need a (free) FitBit account, but don’t have […]

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